Less than a tenth of the population has complex enough needs to warrant the fees they would pay for advice, and would be better served by guidance, an IFA has said.
Prydis director James Priday said guidance - of some kind, not necessarily the guidance guarantee - is sufficient to direct the majority of people to the solutions they need without the hefty fees. ...
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